LG UX10 Windows 7 tablet to join iPad-fighting fray

The LG UX10, another Windows 7 packing slate, has been added to the growing Tapei tablet mountatin. Caught on camera at Computex, the LG tablet looks a little more lust-worthy than the Asus Eee Pad but do its specs offer up a compelling iPad alternative? Hop on through to find out…

Though it’s only a prototype at the moment, the LG UX10 is reportedly set to arrive sometime this year. It’s packing a 10.1in capacitive LED touchscreen, an Intel Atom Z530 processor, 1GB Ram, a 1.3MP front-facing camera, WiFi, HDMI and an SD card slot.

Like the Asus Eee Pad and the MSI Windpad, the LG UX10 will come sporting Windows 7 Home Premium. It’s also got some tasty looks with a tiny bezel and a pearlescent white back.

The wave of Windows 7 tablets seems to be unstoppable but can Microsoft’s creation make the grade as a tablet OS? Compared to the iPad and its custom-built touch interface, Windows 7 can seem just a little bit clunky.

If the LG UX10 makes it out of the labs, would it make your Windows 7 tablet wishlist? Let us know what you of the latest rash of iPad rivals in the comments.

Due TBC | £TBC | LG (via Engadget)

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